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It’s Official; Whitey Bulger’s Companion to Plead Guilty

By Allan Lengel

James “Whitey” Bulger’s girlfriend is throwing in the towel.

The Boston Globe reports that Catherine Greig, according to court papers filed Monday in Boston federal court, has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to harbor a fugitive, conspiracy to commit identity fraud, and identity fraud .

The Globe reported the agreement did not include a recommended sentence.

In a statement filed in court, according to the Globe, Greig said: “I engaged in conduct that was intended to help Bulger avoid detection from law enforcement and to provide him with support and assistance during his flight from law enforcement.”

She also said that Bulger had obtained false identification documents including driver’s licenses and Social Security cards.

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American League MVP in 2002 Pleads Guilty to Lying to Congressional Investigators

Just as one black eye heals, the next one surfaces. Here’s baseball’s latest black eye. Rest assured, there’s more to come.

By Del Quentin Wilber and Dave Sheinin
Washington Post Staff Writers
WASHINGTON — Former Baltimore Orioles shortstop Miguel Tejada pleaded guilty this morning to federal charges that he lied to congressional investigators about the use of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball.
Tejada, the 2002 American League MVP who now plays for the Houston Astros, faces up to a year in prison at a sentencing hearing set for March 26. He was released on his personal recognizance.
During a 45-minute hearing in U.S. District Court in Washington, Tejada admitted that he lied to congressional staffers during a 2005 interview in a Baltimore hotel room that focused on the prevalence of steroids in the game.
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Ex-Puerto Rican Senator Pleads to Federal Corruption Charges

This man could be off to prison for a long long time for greed.

Jorge De Castro Font

Jorge De Castro Font

By The Associated Press
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A former Puerto Rican lawmaker has pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges that could send him to prison for more than a decade.
Former Sen. Jorge de Castro Font entered the plea Wednesday after prosecutors agreed to drop 10 of the 31 charges he faced for allegedly trading political favors for cash and services.
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